Review: The album which started it all and a timeless piece of UK rave history. Paul and Phil Hartnoll AKA Orbital originally released this opus in 1991 and is still talked about ever since. Now receiving a re-issue on a double LP of 180 gram vinyl. Featuring the hits "Chime (Live)", "Midnight (Live) " and "Belfast" and the Moby remix of "Speed Freak". Paving the way for future classics such as Orbital 2 (Brown Album) and Snivilisation, it still sounds as good as it did almost 25 years ago. Here's your opportunity to snap up a moment of history on wax. Don't miss your chance this time around!
Review: This important album and piece of true electronic music history gets a re-issue; on 180 gram vinyl. What can be said for this album that has not been said already? Well, it is known for the classics "Halcyon (On & On)" and "Lush" and the brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll are not just UK rave legends but pioneers of electronica that is for sure. Named after Greater London's orbital motorway, the M25, which was ground zero for the rave scene of the late eighties. This album is as seminal as it gets and a true zeitgeist of a moment in electronic music's history. Re-issues don't come much better than this!